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at santa rosa. 27 degrees right now. no surprise there. freeze warnings, posted throughout the bay area and with temperatures forecasted to get into the lower 20s. and so it is a right night to the outside. be sure that you can tend to things as it will be awfully cold tonight and the forecast lows show that santa rosa down to 23 and san jose down to 30 degrees. livermore at 27 degrees. people all over the bay area are shivering, but they report only some of those people will mind the cold. >> it's not exactly the tahoe weather, but it is cold. now, how cold? if you have not been out there to experience it at all, you can see how it will work. >> with the temperatures headed for freezing, snow is piling up here in walnut creek at the ice rink. and folks, they're putting on more clothes. >> just bundled three layers down and a good day to come out ice skating. >> yes. and the sun was still shining late in the afternoon as they dropped to 40 degrees. it is so cool. there's ice everywhere. >> reporter: most shoppers weren't ready for this. >> how are you dealing with the cold? >> bundling
for places like santa rosa 22 degrees in oakland and we do have wind advisories in effect. the northwesterly wind has also increased in the cold front pass came through. it will not be enough to the overnight hours for the temperatures to drop drastically. do not expect much warming was conquered have a high--daley's it will have a high of 54 degrees. partly cloudy but the sky was clear letter on today. do not be surprised if tomorrow the temperatures will be below freezing. this will impact most of the bay area with the exception of san francisco. we will gear up for some very chilly frosty and freeze the conditions for about thursday. >> the time of 7:48 a.m.. >> it has been a very long morning for the bay area. we had an accident, a stalled and high wind. all of this is the mountain until very long backups. it is backed up to about highway 41 westbound 80. the san mateo bridge had the westbound traffic go from good to bead. you are backed up eastbound which is totally different story. the golden gate bridge is in good shape both the northbound and southbound. we also have slowing on highw
. downtown san francisco, one of the warmer spots at 41. santa rosa in the mid-20s at 25. so obviously we've been talking all week about the freeze warning. it is in place due this morning. once again, we'll do it again. another round of very cold temperatures expected first thing tomorrow morning. we'll expect more and incoming rain that could mean a low snow level is coming up. sal has an update on traffic. >>> good morning to you. the traffic continues to move along pretty well. you will see a backup at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's going to be a little bit of a delay. it's about a 10, 15-minute wait before you actually drive through. the traffic is going to be northbound on 280. it will be a little bit of slow traffic here coming up to highway 17. no major problems there. the traffic continues to move along pretty well. right now, highway crews are cleaning up a diesel fuel spill following a big rig crash in san jose. it happened around 2:30 on 880 near the stevens creek boulevard offramp. the driver of the big rig told the chp he thinks he may have fallen asleep at the wheel. inves
protect the plants and the pets. to put a few specific numbers on it, tonight santa rosa down to 22 degrees and napa down to 23. out on the east bay. and just 22 degrees at fairfield and 27 in san jose. also the coast not quite so bad and in san francisco, 33. we'll have the entire forecast for you in just a few minutes. ann? >>> all right, icy temperatures helped set a new record for pg&e this week, customers used more natural gas on a thursday than in any single day of the company's 108 year history. fge and says -- pg&e says the previous record 4.3 billion cubic feet on a cold day in 1998. on an average day customers use half that amount. >>> volunteers are hitting the streets of san jose trying to keep hamulose people warm and alive -- homeless people warm and alive. this comes after four people in santa clara county died this week of hypothermia. they have been handing out socks and blankets and also encouraging the homeless to come into shelters but sometimes getting the homeless to come into a shelter isn't an easy thing to do. >> there comes a point where the somebody has sa
degrees in santa rosa. get a little wind now in napa so up to 36. they are briefly down to 24 early on this morning. 38 degrees in livermore, 36 in san jose. but by the afternoon, you will see a whole lot of sunshine with temperatures well below the average, 40s and low 50s for highs. we want to go to kiet do in fremont where, kiet, are you seeing frost? >> reporter: oh, absolutely. tons of it in fact. a lot of the cars parked here overnight. you know, they say that the coldest part of the day is right before the sun comes up in that hour and yeah, really kind of feels like that. check the temperature here at the bart station in fremont. 39 degrees. it seems like the coldest part of any city is right up on the bart platform where you're standing out there for a couple of minutes getting cold from the wind. we have some video of people getting ready for the cold weather. we have been talking about this for a couple of days now. definitely people coping with hats and gloves and scarves. hot coffee and exercise believe it or not. christmas is just 22 days away and this coldest day of t
yesterday that was supposed to honor rosa parks. today we remember rosa parks bold stand and her role no fighting to end racism. previous tweet should have read we remember rosa parks abold stand in fighting to end racism. it didn't work too well. since the tweet, it has garnered more than 40,000, mostly sarcastic tweets according to hash tags.org. >>> bob dylan charged with inciting hatred. a croatian group is suing him over comments he made in rolling stone magazine. he talks about lingering problems as a result of slavery saying blacks know that some whites didn't want to give up slavery and going on to say if you got a slave master on clan in your past blacks can sense that, just like the jews can sense nazi blood. >>> is president obama a liar. today one republican senator said that the white house can't be trusted. >> i think the current administration has taken lying to a new level. >> but the president's supporters are sticking by his side. >> i think people trust this president. >> so, which side do you believe? out front tonight, a democratic pollster and republican strategi
. rosa floor rest has the bull din. >> anderson, kicking off a three-week pr offensive. president obama insisted the sweeping health care law is working and asked supporters to spread the word about benefits of the affordable care act. >> we may never satisfy the laws of opponents. that is fair to say. some are rooting for it to fail. that's not my opinion, by the way, they say it pretty explicitly. some convinced themselves the law has failed regardless of the evidence, but i would advice them to check with the people who are here today. and the people they represent all across the country whose lives have been changed for the better by the affordable care act. >> north korea's leader is believed to have sacked his powerful uncle shown here on the left from the top level government post while two ally haves been publicly executed according to south korean lawmakers briefed by south korea's intel again see. >>> french prosecutors investigating bob dillon on suspicion of insighting hatred. a group representing croatians for comments he made. dillon is accused on likening the croatian peo
tweets that racism has ended in a message meant to honor rosa parks. now they are walking that back after a lot of backlash. up next, you know by now it's cyber monday. before you do your online shopping, be wear of scans. i'll talk with a reporter who said cyber grinches are on the prowl and you should keep an eye on your bank account today. [ paper rustles, outdoor sounds ] ♪ [ male announcer ] laura's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today her doctor has her on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, this can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain and improve daily physical function so moving is easier. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, li
. los gatos 48 degrees. it's chilly from half moon bachlt you can see a lovely shot there santa rosa, cold, still. below normal, upper 40s san jose, you did have a record low this morning. and rain, snow, friday afternoon and evening hours. looking at a chilly weekend ahead tomorrow morning, here are the lows. 20 degrees in napa. you're in teens this morning. 25 santa rosa and fairfield. so not exactly sament temperatures. richmond, all into low 30s 34 oakland. now, as you look at big picture here, we're still stuck in this cold pattern into tomorrow morning. there is a cold system that is just going to drop south and rain begins to approach by 5:00 p.m toechl. you can see snow showing north and then the rain line starts to shift we continue on with wee hours of saturday morning could see brief, heavy rainfall, then, showers taper off but we'll continue to see wintery mix saturday morning. turning cold again heading into your sunday morning, monday morning looking at freezing cold conditions. bay area will be seeing a potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow. a winter weather advisory. fr
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got down to the teens. you are now at 23 degrees. santa rosa at 25. temperatures are slow to rise this morning. the highs for today though. expecting lots of sunshine. a chilly day. a lot of forties especially for our inland locations. san jose pushing closer to 50 degrees. more details on how long the that cold streak is going to last. also we have some big changes at winter weather of. >>darya: continuing our team coverage kron4's yoli aceves is live in walnut creek with crews are removing ice from the roadways. >>: what caused the black eyes was a there was a small water main a leak. it originated right about here. basically it has been leaking for a while. a couple of days but over night and got a little bit bigger and delete all over the roadside. of this intersection of it now co road. because of the freeze warning of the water did freeze. it was a ride around 5:00 hour work car started spending. it's still very cold. don't let the sunshine for you. we still have crews out here. monterey the situation. and as for the cold air. can you still see your breath. do the breath tes
at santa rosa, mo mo more. still mild in some spots. how about this view just before sunset, a slight, slight chance of some showers tonight. but not very widespread and not very heavy. colder pattern for the rest of the week and we'll have a freeze watch in effect beginning tuesday night. here is a look at the satellite image. a cold front bringing a few showers ahead of it and very, very cold air behind it. so just a slight chance tonight we may see a shower or two. but again, the big changes much colder weather behind the front that will drop our temperatures in the bay area well below freezing wednesday morning to thursday morning. this shows the front moving through tonight, clearing and cooler for tomorrow afternoon. so we'll have mainly sunny skies tomorrow. then during the overnight hour, we'll see quite a change. we'll use santa rowssa as a wayf illustrating the low temperature range over the next 7 days. in santa rosa, for wednesday morning, we expect a low of 29. thursday morning, a low of 24. temperatures bounce back up to about 30 as a low on friday morning. and then the
close to 50 in oakland, out towards the north bay around santa rosa. you'll see those temperatures slowly climbing out of the 30s right now heading into the afternoon. so here's a look at your microclimate forecast for san jose today. 51 degrees, 51 in los altos. san francisco, low 50s, north bay temperatures today near 50, same story for most of the tri-valley. pleasant enough, 53 degrees, highs tomorrow, mid to upper 40s. freeze warnings starts tonight at 9:00. >>> here's what's crazy, dallas is going to be 81 degrees today. they're under a winter storm watch. >> unbelievable. >> ice and snow and cold. >> you'll be busy over the next couple of days. no question. thank you very much. coming up next, an nbc news investigation on the very popular portable gas cans. are they likely to explode when you use them? we'll tell you more about that. >>> residents on edge following a bear attack in a place you would not expect it. what is being done to track that bear down. but first, these messages. honestly, i wanted a phone with a better camera. my boyfriend has a lot of can't-miss moment
that tweeted out rosa parks ended racism. would you like to apologize for that statement that rosa parks -- it was supposed to be good, but he messed it up. you sound a little delusional. are you going to apologize for him? do you know what i'm talking about? guest: i do not. it's early in the morning. caller: celebrate rosa park standing up and the tweet was that she stood up and ended racism. anyway. guest: i haven't seen that tweet, but this is obamacare, and it is not about racism. it is about making sure americans have good health care. it is making the system worse. what is your question? host: frank is gone. we will go onto our next caller. we're joined by representative tim huelskamp, republican from kansas, in the first district. that is dodd city. --dodge city. where is garfield, kansas? guest: it is not in my -- it is in my district. it is a small town country. this is rural hospital area. that is what we're hearing about with obamacare. if you have a fancy car that says you have access, that doesn't work in many of these areas we have to drive 30, 40, 50 miles to your local h
. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for one minute. ms. kelly: on sunday we celebrated rosa parks day. thursday, we observed the start of the montgomery bus boycott. and friday we commemorate the 148th anniversary of the 13th amendment which ended slavery. as we reflect on these historic events, we see how far our nation has come in advancing equality for all americans. however, recent actions, like the supreme court's gutting the vote rights act, we have much more work to do. the truth is that voter discrimination and suppression live on today as ugly legacies of our past. in the past few years, many states have introduced legislation that would restrict access to a voting booth. these discriminatory actions prove that the protections in the voting rights act are still necessary its in our world today. so this week, as we remember the struggles and sacrifices made to ensure basic rights for all americans, i urge my colleagues to continue fighting to ensure no american is denied their right to vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back the balan
c®. >>> this morning, my question. rosa parks did what? plus, the gop's guide to picking up women. and the connection between hip hop, sexuality, and gender. but first, the president has a new playbook. all offense, all the time. >>> good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. i want to talk today about a controversial word. it's a word that has been with us for years. and like it or not, it's indey
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